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This composite family tree displays the most common Y-chromosome haplogroups among Sri Lankan men and how they differ from men of other Asian populations. For example, most men of Indian, Malay, and Thai descent are found to have haplogroups E1b1b and G2, whereas most men of Austronesian origin have haplogroup R1a.

The risk of developing dementia after stroke is significantly and inversely associated with premorbid IQ score.List of instant noodles This is a list of instant noodles by country. Instant noodles are made by mixing water, flour, seasoning, and starch. They are then manufactured and sold in a dry form. They come in a variety of flavors. Africa Morocco In Moroccan cuisine, jmen is a popular instant noodle made from a mixture of noodles and rice. It is made in clay pots with a traditional Moroccan flavor and served in a spicy broth. South Africa In South Africa instant noodles and instant soups are known as moroto. There are quite a few brands on the market including: Eglu, Miracle Noodles, Toto, Game Day, and Vivo. Asia India Indian cuisine includes many forms of noodles made from a mixture of rice flour, bulgur, lentils, rice, or tapioca, although before 1963 only made of only flour. The variety of different types of Asian rice noodles alone is too many to be listed. Pakistan In Pakistani cuisine, instant noodles are known as nanak. The dishes include nanak masala (brown noodles with chickpeas), nanak pulao (yellow noodles with chicken or mutton), and nanak phodi (pilaf of yellow noodles with butter). There are also variations on the classic Udupi snack Gove Mirch ki subji. Southeast Asia Noodles are called lo mein in Singapore and Indonesia, even though these are not one of the classical authentic noodle varieties. Depending on the country, noodles may be named differently, such as lo mein in Singapore, mieh lohi in Indonesia, or som tum in Thailand. In Laos noodles are called loat, soto Laot and loat khao kai (spinach loat). Hong Kong Some instant noodles in Hong Kong are made with minced pork, minced beef, egg, bread crumbs, cereal, etc. Most of them come in multi-flavored packs and are usually served with soup. 3d9ccd7d82


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